Re: solaris cdrecord BH08LS20 drive BD-R problems
>>> The iso file has size of 15635996672 bytes
>> Can you read all 7634768 blocks?
> Wow, dd is really slow
Tue Oct 13 16:18:12 EDT 2009
# dd bs=2048 if=/dev/dsk/c3t0d0s0 of=/dev/null
11826176+0 records in
11826176+0 records out
# Tue Oct 13 17:43:11 EDT 2009
That would be 24220008448 bytes (~24.2GB)
growisofs pre-formatted the disc for 24.8GB
It took approximately 85 minutes for the dd read,
so dd read the disc at a rate around 4.75 MBps.
Maybe not really really slow, but still slow.
> What USB SATA bridge would be that slow?
The same one that is fast on the windows machine.
> whether the media delivers all recorded blocks
The only way to verify this is to traverse through all
of the files in the iso image (mounted loopback) and
diff them with files on the blu-ray disc. No thanks.
I trust that growisofs recorded properly.
> CentOS experiment with growisofs
Yes, but now I need to focus on cdrecord on solaris10.
How will the CentOS experiment help me with that?